Learn about a new initiative to improve safety for people in the Independence Avenue corridor in the Historic Northeast.
Opinion polling for the city’s proposed $800 million infrastructure bond shows that 72% of people would be more likely to vote yes if it included a city-funded sidewalk program that […]
Thousands of students, parents, families, and educators across the Kansas City region walked to school on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, as part of International Walk to School Day organized by BikeWalkKC, MARC, and […]
By now you have probably heard that the Grand Avenue bridge over I-670 is slated for emergency replacement this summer. You may also be aware of Grand’s significance as a […]
The KCMO Parks Board recently advanced a measure that would place stricter design guidelines on development on or near the City’s Boulevards and Parkways. The next stop for this development […]
BikeWalkKC's Sarah Shipley on how a doctor's proscription to walk helped save her grandfather, and how you can support our work to get more people in Kansas City walking.
April 4th is the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day, and we are celebrating in Kansas City by giving away an “I Walk KC t-shirt” in our ongoing Car Free […]
Congratulations to Lee’s Summit for achieving the Bronze Level Walk Friendly Community Award! Much like the Bicycle Friendly Community Award, this new designation recognizes cities that provide safe, comfortable, and accessible […]